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Islam im Westen

Islam im Westen

Von Immigration auf den globalen Islam

Islam and Democracy: Text, Tradition, and History

Islam and Democracy: Text, Tradition, and History

Popular stereotypes in the West tend to posit a progressive, rational, and free West against a backward, oppressive, and threatening Islam. Public opinion polls conducted in the United States during the 1990s revealed a consistent pattern of Americans labeling Muslims as “religious fanatics” and considering Islam’s ethos as fundamentally “anti-democratic.

The Lives of Hasan al Banna & Syed Qutb.

The Lives of Hasan al Banna & Syed Qutb.

Die Muslimbruderschaft (Ikhwan al Muslimeen) was founded by Hasan al-Banna (1906-1949) in the Egyptian town of al- Isma’iliyyah in 1928. The son of an Azharite scholar, who earned his livelihood by repairing watches, Hasan al-Banna showed from his early school-days an inclination and great zeal for calling people to Islamic values and traditions.

Sayyid Qutb: The Karl Marx of the Islamic Revolution

Sayyid Qutb: The Karl Marx of the Islamic Revolution

Sayyid Qutb (Oktober 9, 1906-August 29, 1966), the Egyptian literary critic, philosopher, and theorist of the contemporary jihadist movement is only becoming a familiar name in the West in recent years, but his voluminous writings have had and continue to have enormous impact in the Muslim world.

Die Ikhwan in Nordamerika: A Short History

Die Ikhwan in Nordamerika: A Short History

Die aktuelle Bundesgericht Klage gegen die Holy Land Foundation for Relief und Entwicklung (HLF) in Dallas, Texas,1 offers an unprecedented inside look into the history of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States, as well as its goals and structure.

ISLAMISM IN SOUTHERN EGYPT

ISLAMISM IN SOUTHERN EGYPT

A CASE STUDY OF A RADICAL RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT

Die Muslimbruderschaft: Hasan al-Hudaibi und Ideologie

Die Muslimbruderschaft: Hasan al-Hudaibi und Ideologie

Hasan Ismail al-Hudaybi led the Society of the Muslim Brotherhood during a time of crisis and dissolution. Succeeding Hasan al-Banna’, who was the founder and first leader of the organisation, al-Hudaybi was to be its head for more than twenty years. During his leadership he faced severe criticism from fellow Brothers.

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